Columbus’ PBS station’s “Broad and High” show will feature the Denison Museum exhibition Diné (Navajo) photographer Will Wilson’s (CIPX) project, Thursday, March 17 at 8 pm. Wilson’s work is dedicated to creating a contemporary vision of Native North America.

Wilson combines 19th century wet plate (tintype) photography with 21st century AR technology to create new conversations about Indigenous identity. To expand the conversation, historical images from Edward Curtis’ The North American Indian (1907-1930) will also be on view, as well as selections from Wilson’s new series Connecting the Dots, depicting the pollution and damaging effects of uranium mining on Navajo lands.

Wilson’s work will be featured on “Broad and High,” an exciting and original weekly magazine show, developed by the award-winning production team of WOSU Public Media, explores the character and creativity of Columbus and beyond.

March 18, 2022